About The Area
Norwich, also known as the “The Rose of New England,” was founded in 1659 when settlers from Old Saybrook purchased land from the Mohegan tribe. Now home to roughly 40,000 people, Norwich has much to offer.
For theatrical productions, live music concerts, workshops and more, visit the Norwich Arts Center. Or catch a baseball game at Dodd Stadium, home of the Connecticut Tigers, a minor league team associated with the Detroit Tigers.
For a taste of early 18th century life, visit the Leffingwell House Museum, a restored New England Colonial built in 1675.
Well, wow, we can see out our windows. What a difference. Very smooth process. And, the windows are fabulous.
– Mike O., Norwich, CT
Having experienced some other contractors on other projects, it was a pleasure to relax and know that the work was being done correctly and to my satisfaction. I will not hesitate to call you again for my next project.
– Joseph M., Gales Ferry, CT
May We Suggest…
Although most homes are not built with handicap accessibility in mind, Yost Home Improvements can modify an existing structure to make navigating them with a wheelchair, scooter or walker safe and easy. Yost’s handicap accessible product line features portable ramps, modular ramps and wheelchair lifts. To learn more, click here.